This book deals with several important events and statements found inValmTki's epic poem the Ramayana. The poem was composed over 2,500years ago. Strict methods had been adopted to preserve Vedic texts, butno strict methods were adopted to preserve the text of the Ramayana.The poem spread to all parts of India and beyond, through narrators ofthe epic who sometimes added their own explanatory verses; the needfelt to make some details conform to local customs also contributedsome changes in the... Topic: ramayana
The Ramayana: Kishkindha Kandam (Book 4). Translated into English Prose by Manmatha Nath Dutt (1891) from the Original Sanskrit of Valmiki. Book digitized by Google, uploaded to the Internet Archive. Topics: Ramayana, Valmiki, Sanskrit Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=0q42AAAAIAAJ
byDr. K. S. Narayancharya, RAMAYANACHARYA MAHABHARATHA CHARYA PRAVACHANACHARYA... DR. KS NARAYANACHARYA
Dr. KS Narayana Charya swamyji, He has studied the Krishna Yajurveda under the guidance of masters like Dandavati Siva Dixit Somayaji of Dharwad, where he worked as Professor and Principal of the Karnataka Arts College, Karnatak University, Dharwad for over 32 years and as a teacher of English literature. He is the author of over 70 works in Kannada and English on varied subjects, including the Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharatha, Bhagavata, the Hymns of Alwars, Vedanta, Haridasa literature,... Topics: Ramayana, Valmiki Ramayana, Mahabharath, Srimad Ramayanam, Mahabharatha, Ramayana, Mahabharatha,...
Ramayana, the epic of Rama, prince of India: condensed into English verse by Romesh Dutt C. I. E. The Ramayana, originally written in Sanskrit by Valmiki, is one of India's two great epics (the other being the Mahabharata) and is one of its most beloved stories. This work is a (condensed) verse translation of the Ramayana, by Romesh Chunder Dutt. The verse form of octameter couplets is unconventional, and takes a few pages to get used to, but it has found high praise from some sources, which... Topics: Ramayana, Valmiki, Sanskrit Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=JfEfAAAAMAAJ
This book contains Aranya khanda of the most authentic English Translation of Ramayana by C. R. Sreeniva Ayyangar. Please see the first two khanda's at https://archive.org/details/ramayanaofvalmee035120mbp Topic: Best english translation of Ramayana. Ramayana. Original Valmiki Ramayana. Authentic Ramayana....
vAlmIki-rAmAyaNa-bAlakANDa-mUla-pATHaH-1-22These recordings was created as part of a project funded by the Indian taxpayer.Audio rendering of slokas:Dr.Dwaram lakshmi, Reader in music, Sri Padmavati Mahila University, Tirupati.Music composed by:Sri K. Krishna Mohan, Artist, All India Radio Topics: rAmAyaNa, rAmAyaNam, saMskRtam, bAlakANDam
Despite the offensive raid on their camp by Jayadratha, old Markandeya is still hanging out with the Pandavas. Yuddistira, feeling sorry for himself and for Draupadi, goes to him for consolation. Markandeya replies with the entire story of the Ramayana. I've spared you the re-telling of that epic, since it would have us out on a sidetrack for possibly months, and, really, the Ramayana deserves a podcast of its own, right? So, jumping over that chapter, we find ourselves back where we were;... Topics: Rama Dasharathi, Ramayana, Savitri
Sridakshinamurthy Satry Garu in this telugu work puts forth some of the magnificent words uttered by Sri Rama in Adikavi Valmikis Ramayana. The relevance and depth of the statements can be only gauged by the explanations offered, and is a good companion for every one interested in Ramayana. Topics: Ramayana, Srirama, Telugu